Tuesday August 4th 2015

‘AQS Publishing’ Archives

Confetti Star Block – Amy Friend

Confetti Star Block – Amy Friend

You saw her quilt SPINNING WHEEL on the cover of the September 2013 issue of American Quilter – her style is fresh and charming! It’s Amy Friend, who loves expressing her creative side through sewing and design. An Art History major who was formerly a museum collections [Read More]

Bricks – a free (and easy) pattern!

Bricks – a free (and easy) pattern!

Click HERE for your FREE PATTERN! Bricks – you can stack them, build with them, and best of all, create with them! This versatile quilt design begins with a very easy pattern and ends with a quilt that is just your style. It can be scrappy or coordinated, boldly bright or [Read More]

Playful Prismatic Flowers

Playful Prismatic Flowers

By Barbara Olson The wondrous array of flowers in nature is the inspiration for my Prismatic Flowers technique. It is not meant to replicate a flower petal by petal but to capture its essence in a playful way. Fabric choices: Explore your fabric collection and look for [Read More]

Free Pattern – Tiffany Bluebird

Free Pattern – Tiffany Bluebird

If you love the look of stained glass and are up to the challenge of sewing with silk charmeuse, this lovely pattern will have your  heart soaring. Click here for the Fabric & Cutting Requirements Click here to download the PDF version. Free Pattern reprinted from [Read More]

New – Nature Dreaming Aboriginal Fabric Collection

New – Nature Dreaming Aboriginal  Fabric Collection

The designs on these beautiful Australian fabrics are from Aboriginal artists. Australian Aboriginal designs have a heritage that dates back at least 5,000 years. Much of Aboriginal history exists in the form of  Dreaming stories which explain all of life and are central [Read More]

Clear Sailing

Clear Sailing

Foundation Piecing – It’s a Breeze Reprinted from American Quilter Magazine By: Marci Baker CLEAR SAILING, 47-1/2″ x 64-1/2″. All quilts by Marci Baker I’ve always been intrigued by the foundation piecing technique, sometimes referred to as paper piecing. [Read More]

Organizing Your Quilting Space

Organizing Your Quilting Space

Organization tips for quilters by Linda Griffith Do you ever avoid quilting time because of the mess in your sewing space? As a professional organizer and avid quilter, I travel the country helping others organize their sewing spaces for optimum efficiency. I’d like to [Read More]

Quilts Set Sail

Quilts Set Sail

By Linda Lane Thornton Reprinted from American Quilter Magazine A year ago, the sewing room in my home in England had a large worktable topped with a bookcase holding books and files of projects cut from magazines. My sewing machine, albeit an old and rather cantankerous [Read More]

July 2013 Issue of American Quilter Now Available

July 2013 Issue of <em>American Quilter</em> Now Available

Enjoy the July 2013 Issue of American Quilter magazine. This issue is filled with 77 show stopping, award winning quilts from both AQS QuiltWeek™ – Lancaster, Pennsylvania 2013 and AQS QuiltWeek –  Paducah, Kentucky 2013. It’s an issue you won’t want to [Read More]

Slice of Heaven

Slice of Heaven

By Jackie Hillman Living in a small town outside of Houston, Texas, known for growing watermelons, I was motivated to design a watermelon quilt. The center of SLICE OF HEAVEN looks complicated, but it is actually made using a bargello technique. Follow these instructions to [Read More]

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Free Video Tutorial: Pillow Secret from Bonnie Browning

Free Video Tutorial: Pillow Secret from Bonnie Browning

Bonnie Browning shows how to make a decorative pillow to fit any pillow form with no zipper. What’s different? She [Read More]

Things are Buzzing at The Bee!

Things are Buzzing at The Bee!

These days, with electronic designing, rotary cutting, and machine quilting, our favorite projects are often done [Read More]

Over 700 Quilts at Grand Rapids QuiltWeek in 2015!

Over 700 Quilts at Grand Rapids QuiltWeek in 2015!

Enjoy this peek at the Special Exhibits that are coming to QuiltWeek in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on August 12-15, 2015. [Read More]

Ann Hazelwood’s Colebridge Community Series

Ann Hazelwood’s Colebridge Community Series

What fun, tears, and drama we’ve read since Ann Hazelwood wrote her first Colebridge Community book, The Basement [Read More]

What Does Appliqué Mean to YOU?

What Does Appliqué Mean to YOU?

The simplest explanation of appliqué is to place one layer of fabric over another larger piece, and sew it in place. [Read More]

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